Wildcat (UK)

Wildcat UK #5 1985

Issue 5 of Wildcat from June/July 1985, including Miners Strike, South Africa, pigs murder Italian activist Pietro Greco, Pannekoek's "The Fight", strikes in Denmark, class struggle in the classroom, AIDS panic,

PDF courtesy of Splits and Fusions archive.

Wildcat UK #1 1984

First issue of Wildcat as a newspaper/magazine, September 1984.

Taken from Splits and Fusions archive.

Contents include: Miners Strike, What Is Solidarity?, Austin-Rover Workers Defy Bosses and Union,

Wildcat UK #2 1984

Issue 2 of Wildcat from November 1984.

Taken from Splits and Fusions archive.

Contents include: Miners Strike, Middle East: Imperialist War and Class War, Defend Jobs Not Councils.

Wildcat UK #3 1985

Issue 3 of Wildcat from Jan/Feb 1985.

With thanks to Splits and Fusions archive.

Contents mainly about the Miners Strike, but also: Feed The World - Overthrow Capitalism, Ethiopia, US Arms Boom, Support Class Violence, Red Petrograd (Book Review), Labour Party and Union Leaders - the Enemy Within.

Wildcat UK #4 1985

Issue 4 of Wildcat from March/April 1985.

Taken from Sparrows Nest archive, Nottingham. This A3 document has been scanned using an A4 device. Please get in touch if you can help us in getting a better scan.

Contents mainly concerned with the Miners Strike, but also prisoners, lay offs at Michelin, Dresden: Holocaust for Democracy.

Wildcat UK #6 1985

Issue 6 of Wildcat from 1985.

With thanks to Splits and Fusions archive.

Contents include: Miners Strike, Silentnight Strike, tabloid coverage of shoplifting, South Africa, rail strike.

Wildcat UK #7 1985

Issue 7 of Wildcat from 1985.

With thanks to the comrades at Splits and Fusions archive.

Contents include: riots in the UK, the dollar crisis, fascism/anti-fascism.

Wildcat UK #8 1986

Wildcat #8 1986.

Taken from Splits and Fusions archive.

Wildcat UK #9 1986

Wildcat #9 July 1986.

Taken from Splits and Fusions archive.

New Ultra-Left Review

First and only issue of Ultra-Left Review from 1982. A collaborative publication produced by various UK-based ultra-left communist groups.

The Review subsequently became Intercom.